A period townhouse located in one of the prettiest towns in Suffolk is on the market for under £1m.
Located in a prime position, 32 Market Hill in Woodbridge is a Grade II-listed townhouse with large land area to provide a substantial family home.
The property dates from the 16th century and benefits from beautiful period features throughout including exposed beams, wooden floors and original fireplaces.
Two doubly-bay fronted windows provide a nod to the Georgian era offering views over the Market Hill, Shire Hall and the church.
The large kitchen and dining room offers flexible space for entertaining, with the rooms separated by a triple-size, oak framed glazed doorway which can be opened or closed to maintain as two rooms.
The dining room has a gas-fired cream Aga and bar area, and the kitchen is fitted with an electric hob and oven.
The primary bedroom on the first floor is spacious and has beams clearly dividing the room to provide a sitting area.
Two additional bedrooms have built in storage areas and the first floor is completed with a family shower room, with a walk-in rainfall shower.
The property also has access to a fully insulated and lined attic which could be used as accommodation or space to work from home.
Outside is a low maintenance garden for all seasons, planted to attract wildlife as well as providing outdoor living space.
The rear of the property is accessed via Glover's Yard, a walkway leading to a side gate and an external stairwell to a secure cellar.
It is within reach of facilities and schools and is a 30 minute drive from Ipswich railway station with connections to London.
Estate agents Strutt & Parker have listed the townhouse for a guide price of £800,000.